I would sell both to get the 24-70 2.8 II.
Totally agree, now that's a lens that keeps on impressing.
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The dell U3011. I have a pair of them @ 850$ on a Newegg sale 6 months ago. You should see them drop again by the end of this year but a fantastically accurate monitor and calibrates like a champ.
Here is my best friend! We love watching birds and squirrels in the back yard, he's quite the hunter!
I really like this picture. Nicely done kennephoto.
Here is my best friend! We love watching birds and squirrels in the back yard, he's quite the hunter!Great photo - beautiful (and chain-link-fence crazy) bokeh!
Love shooting Owls - here's a few of my favourites. Most of these have been shot with Canon 5d II, Canon 1D IV or Canon 5D III and either Canon 100-400L or Sigma 120-300 f2.8 (and 2x teleconverter).
Great Horned Owlet
Not a little baby anymore (Explored) by stochasticmotions, on Flickr
Long Eared Owl
Long eared portrait by stochasticmotions, on Flickr
my best side by stochasticmotions, on Flickr
Oh my, those eyes by stochasticmotions, on Flickr
Great Grey Owl
Just another little action shot. by stochasticmotions, on Flickr
looking back by stochasticmotions, on Flickr
APS H format serves not useful purpose in digital anymore. Sensors are so good now, a C size one will do just fine.
Can someone (I am thinking of you, jrista) explain why no low-pass filter is better than a non anti-aliasing one (except to Nikon, who can probably save some money).
You will not go wrong with either one. For portraits, unless you are enlarging the prints to huge dimensions, you probably will not see much of a difference. For peace of mind, if the money difference is not a major factor, get the MkII. It will last you for decades, well beyond your current body.